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Upstream webinar: How Bloomberg is shifting left and supporting the Python community

We loved Upstream so much we’re continuing the celebration! Join us August 4 at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT to learn ways corporate users of open source ...
Amy Hays
by Amy Hays
on July 22, 2021

Tidelift at PyCon this week

By Amy Hays on May 11, 2021
We are excited to be sponsoring PyCon again this year on May 14 and 15. Though the event might look and feel different because it’s virtual, we think ...

Finding #6: The top programming languages organizations rely on are JavaScript, Python, and Java

By Chris Grams on November 10, 2020
Tidelift's annual managed open source survey explores how technologists use open source to build applications at work. Over 600 people shared how ...

How Tidelift helps urllib3 maintainer Seth Larson support more Python versions and release streams

By Kate Mancuso on September 29, 2020
One of the most popular packages on PyPI, urllib3, is continuing to maintain backwards compatibility with Python 2 and 3.5, while charging ahead on a ...

How urllib3 maintainer Seth Larson streamlined the release process

By Amy Hays on August 18, 2020
Seth Larson has a history of adopting unmaintained open source libraries. It’s not that he seeks out orphaned packages—it’s usually because an ...

How open source software is fighting COVID-19

By Jeff Stern on April 1, 2020
Work is hard right now. COVID-19 makes it a challenge to stay focused and motivated. But it was cathartic for me to do some research into how the ...

PyParsing is now part of the Tidelift Subscription

By Brenna Heaps on March 26, 2020
PyParsing is a Python parsing module that offers an alternative approach to creating and executing simple grammars—without the traditional lex/yacc ...

Why coordinated security vulnerability disclosure policies are important

By Jeremy Katz on January 21, 2020
We believe that working with maintainers to create coordinated security vulnerability policies is important. Why? Here’s one story to illustrate.

Open source sustainability—what does that mean for Python?

By Keenan Szulik on December 3, 2019
In October, I had the great opportunity to present at PyGotham—New York City’s largest annual Python conference—about open source sustainability, and ...

It's the end of Python 2. Are we prepared?

By Jeremy Katz on October 24, 2019
In just a few short months, Python 2 will officially reach the end of its supported life. 💀 This means that anyone building applications in Python ...

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